James W. Lindsey
D'Agostino Funeral Home
881 Ringwood Ave
Haskell, NJ
James W. Lindsey

James W. Lindsey passed away on Monday, July 19, 2021. He was born in Reading, PA and raised in Paterson, NJ. He moved to Fair Lawn, NJ in 1980 until he moved to Wanaque, NJ to live with his son and family. James graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson with an accounting degree and was employed with Okonite Cable Company for 48 years before he retired in 2018. James had a love for golf. Skiing and spending time with his family. He is the loving father of Jim and wife Dawnn. He will be missed by his devoted grandsons Vincent and James. He is survived by his loving sisters JoAnn Clark and husband Joe from Hasbrouck Heights, NJ and Alexis Skasko and husband Emil of Huntsville, OH. Also survived by his caretaker of four years Kate Harding. He will be missed by his nieces, nephews and cousins. He is predeceased in death by his mother Rose and step-father George Holloway and his father Alex Zander Lindsey. Visitation on Thursday 4pm- 7pm at D'Agostino Funeral Home 881 Ringwood Avenue Haskell NJ. Relatives and Friends will meet on Friday 11Am mass at St. Francis RC church 868 Ringwood Avenue Haskell. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to the Fisher Center for Alzheimer's Research Foundation FDR Station PO Box 220 New York, NY 10150.

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D'Agostino Funeral Home
881 Ringwood Ave, Haskell, NJ
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868 Ringwood Avenue, Haskell, NJ
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My deepest sympathy. Best boss ever.
Gordon Grotrian
July 23, 2021
Dear Dawnn, Jim, Vincent, and James, My thoughts and prayers are with you in the loss of your Dad and Grandfather. May he rest in peace in Heaven. Life has not ended, but changed. Hugs to all!
Dr. Tom Altonjy
July 21, 2021
Wes was always good to me growing up as friends with his son Jim. He always took us skiing, fishing, and golfing. He opened up his home and welcomed all of Jim's friends even when we ate him out of house and home. He was generous and a loving father. He will be missed.
Tom Gargiulo
July 21, 2021
So sorry to hear about Jim's death. We will always remember how he loved to ski. We hope remembering the many good times and happy occasions you shared with Jim helps ease your grief.
Marie & Mike Fitzgibbons
July 20, 2021
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